George Barker Quotes

The imperial multiplicatornothing can nonplus: My mother Nature is the origin of it all.
George Barker (b. 1913), British poet, novelist, playwright, scriptwriter. O Golden Fleece (l. 19-20). . . Erotic Poetry; the Lyrics, Ballads, Idyls, and Epics of Love—Classical to Contemporary. William Cole, ed. (1963) Random House.
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The love that kisses with a homicide In robes of red generation resurrects.
George Barker (b. 1913), British poet, novelist, playwright, scriptwriter. O Golden Fleece (l. 14-15). . . Erotic Poetry; the Lyrics, Ballads, Idyls, and Epics of Love—Classical to Contemporary. William Cole, ed. (1963) Random House.
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Most near, most dear, most loved and most far, Under the window where I often found her Sitting as huge as Asia, seismic with laughter,
George Barker (b. 1913), British poet, novelist, playwright, scriptwriter. Sonnet to My Mother (l. 1-3). . . Seven Centuries of Poetry; Chaucer to Dylan Thomas. A. N. Jeffares, ed. (1955) Longmans, Green & Company.
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